McConnell Arts Center of Worthington is a landmark in the community, featuring history about Ohio railway Museum history and dancing with stars.
The facility has two distinct areas: Gallery One, which features nine rooms including an outdoor porch; and The Nelson Gallery, a large open space that can be used for either indoor or outdoor activities.
The facility offers classes for children and adults, which are taught by professional artists on an ongoing basis. In addition, the center offers art camps during spring, summer, and winter breaks as well as intersessions throughout the year. The center also strives to connect local schools through visual arts education programs such as fine arts integration into the core curriculum.
A calendar of events is available on their website with information about upcoming art exhibits at Gallery One or Nelson Gallery; dance performances at the pavilion; classes and workshops led by area professionals; birthday parties; musical concerts; and movies in the park. The center also hosts social, networking, or fundraising events throughout the year.
McConnell Arts Center of Worthington is a facility that offers programs for both children and adults including art camps during breaks throughout the school year such as summer break and winter break; intersessions during fall and spring semesters; classes for all ages taught by professional artists on an ongoing basis; outdoor dance performances at their pavilion; art exhibits.
McConnell Arts Center offers an ever-changing lineup of educational and cultural programs throughout the year. The historic landmark provides a comfortable setting for exhibitions, art classes, workshops, lectures, concerts, and theater productions to audiences from across the state.
The McConnell Arts Center is a landmark that continually connects people with art in all its forms. They introduce aspiring artists to new techniques through their classes, showcase the work of emerging and established local artists on view, and provide a venue for performers to bring their talent to life on stage.
Providing a place where both aspiring and established artists, as well as art enthusiasts, can gather together is what makes the arts so transformative, and they are thankful to those who help make that possible. The arts industry was one of the first to close in this pandemic, but McConnell Arts Center is working hard to keep it going by continuing its mission of promoting culture and education, even post-pandemic.
Your support helps to provide a place where aspiring artists can gather together to experience the transformative nature of art. You help make it possible for established artists and performers alike to share their talents on stage. They wouldn’t be able to do this without your support!
Worthington, Ohio is blessed with some of the state’s most amazing, must-see landmarks. Here’s a list of some of our favorites:
- Jeffers Mound
- Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center of Worthington
- Griswold Center
- Orange Johnson House
- Walnut Grove Cemetery
- The Old Rectory
- The Ohio Railway Museum
- McConnell Arts Center
- Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
All of these wonderful landmarks are located just a short distance from our central location at 65 East Wilson Bridge Road in Worthington! Stop by for a visit anytime!